Nissan to Use Advanced High Tensile Strength Steel in up to 25 Percent of New Model Parts

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Mar. 12, 2013) - Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced its plan to expand the use of Advanced High Tensile Strength Steel (AHSS) in to up to 25 percent of the vehicle parts (measured by weight) installed in its new production models. Nissan will make use of advanced high tensile strength steel starting in 2017 as one of its initiatives to help reduce vehicle weight.
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